Friday Fun - Norand Mono MKII - Synth Jam

US And Dreadbox Hypnosis, Circuit Tracks      13/10/23

Golly its been a while, and thats partly because Nick has been recuperating from a broken wrist, (scaphoid fracture) makes it hard to play !

Anyhow, we have the Norand Mono MKII which is an Analogue FGPA Hybrid synth with some beefy sounding oscillators, nice filter and a really interesting approach to modulation. We saw this at Superbooth earlier this year. (https://youtu.be/nXd3KuA2JwY)

Basically every top front panel control knob can be routed to it own dedicated LFO and Envelope - like you see in some software instruments, touch a parameter and route it  - its a very interesting of making sounds in hardware. 

Nick says he was partly inspired to do this video because it just sounded so great going through the Dreadbox Hypnosis with the Circuit Tracks on drums and additional synth lines.

It also is an opportunity for you folks to ask any questions we can cover in the upcoming review of this synth - leave them in the comments, and we'll attempt to cover it in the review, or in the Patreon only Extra content we'll be posting. (http://patreon.com/sonicstate)

Also, we have Prize Draw running with U-HE - win any one of their plug-ins (ends Nov 1st) You can enter here: http://bit.ly/sonic-uhe-23

 



More From: NORAND
Even more news...


 

Want Our Newsletter?



More...

Raspberry PI5 Hardware VST Host 

Floyd Steinberg gets the gear together


Is the Korg Drumlogue worth it in 2024? 

Developments for Korg's instrument have been slow but promising.


How Influential Were The Yellow Magic Orchestra? 

Overview of boundary-pushing electronic group


Aodyo Loom


Akai's MPC 37 Looks Like Just the Thing 

If you want a compact sampling workstation


The Magic of 1980's Pinball Soundtracks 

Suzanne Ciani's captivating sci-fi soundscape


Hey there, we use Cookies to customize your experience on Sonicstate.com